On 4th August, students of Grade II explored addition through blocks. The participants were divided into groups, and each group received their A4 sheet, two number cards, and a set of colourful blocks. The aim was to make Math engaging and interactive by using visual aids like blocks. Each group was given two numbers to add, and they had to represent each number using the blocks provided. It was wonderful to see how the participants used different combinations of blocks to represent numbers, showcasing the beauty of Mathematical diversity. The tactile nature of the blocks allowed them to physically combine and rearrange the units, making the concept of addition more tangible and accessible. The hands-on Math with blocks activity was a resounding success.